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very faded marriage cert from 1809
« on: Wednesday 30 December 20 01:47 GMT (UK) »
I am looking for clues about who George Grew's parents were and wondered if I would find any on his marriage cert - but it's very faded. Can anyone fill in the blanks please?

"George Grew, bach, and Elizabeth Mowat, spinster, both of this parish were married in this church ????????????? in the year ??????....then I get stuck. Is the date given? I think it is as I can make out "one thousand......" . Are there any witnesses or father's names?

Thank you v much
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Re: very faded marriage cert from 1809
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 30 December 20 02:26 GMT (UK) »
                                                           ...church by
Banns this second day of April in the Year of our Lord
one Thousand [eight?] hundred & nine

by me John B?a??by

This marriage was so   {
lemni?ed between us   {

In the presence of us  {
[witness names here - could be as many as six - see below]
                                      {

W(illia)m [Bow???] [place or rank or another name?]
[forename contracted Pannall or similar] Charles [Bo??d?]
[name] [another name]

ADDED:

Fathers' names won't normally appear on marriage records at this time.

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Re: very faded marriage cert from 1809
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday 30 December 20 02:28 GMT (UK) »
...by Banns this second day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & nine


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Re: very faded marriage cert from 1809
« Reply #3 on: Wednesday 30 December 20 07:02 GMT (UK) »
Yes the year is 1809
There are witnesses names, but difficult to make out. Does this help at all?
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Re: very faded marriage cert from 1809
« Reply #4 on: Wednesday 30 December 20 08:01 GMT (UK) »
Adjusted levels, etc.

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Re: very faded marriage cert from 1809
« Reply #5 on: Wednesday 30 December 20 10:42 GMT (UK) »
Thank you all. Rey much for your help and the restorations which I will keep if that is ok? Useful to get 1809 as the clarification. I don’t think it helps much with the groom’s parents though, as a pp mentioned above the father’s name isn’t on there back then. Hopefully I can find it another way, I will take a look later.
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Re: very faded marriage cert from 1809
« Reply #6 on: Wednesday 30 December 20 12:05 GMT (UK) »
Is this them in 1841?

James Green   23 Brazier
Eliza Green   20
James Green   5 mths
George Green   50 Brazier*
Elizabeth Green   45
Mary Green   25
Emma Green   16

1851 Census
Janes Grenard   33
Eliza Grenard   31
Eliza Grenard   8
James Triggs Grenard   10
George Grenard   6
John Grenard   3
Robert Grenat   2
George Grenat   25 Father Widower born Stote Newington (Stoke)
(image 65?)

Death Reg;
GREW, GEORGE age 72**** 
GRO Reference: 1859  S Quarter in CLERKENWELL  Volume 01B  Page 354

Birth c 1787***

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Re: very faded marriage cert from 1809
« Reply #7 on: Wednesday 30 December 20 12:06 GMT (UK) »
should be age 65 occ tea urn maker.

b abt 1786 Stoke Newington

brazier on son's marriage cert in 1839
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Re: very faded marriage cert from 1809
« Reply #8 on: Wednesday 30 December 20 12:13 GMT (UK) »
Censuses covered in another thread ...
https://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=842089.0